Bill Kristol cries Obama Retreat! yet again.
Duncan Black makes an argument that liberals haven’t emphasized nearly enough about the Affordable Care Act: that it could well be a shot in the arm for the economy.
In February of 1998, in the midst of the Monica Lewinsky scandal, I interviewed Diane Blair about her dear friend Hillary Clinton.
The American Studies Association wants to boycott Israel…and us to pay for it.
The President offered a solid step forward in reforming a necessary security system.
My friend William McNulty, the co-founder of Team Rubicon, has a very smart piece linking the appalling suicide rate among recent veterans to the existential emptiness of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Certain Republicans–the neo-conservative war hawk faction–have spent the past year or so trying to blow the tragic deaths at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, into a scandal of some sort.
My old friend Goldblog–now GoldBloom, I suppose–has an excellent response to David Brooks’s immediately notorious column about marijuana use.
Bill O’Reilly, Megyn Kelly and Phil Robertson, oh boy!
David Makovsky–the man with the best Israel-Palestine land-swap maps–has left The Washington Institute to join the State Department.
Here’s an update on my cover story, “Can Service Save Us?” from last summer.
The President is responsible for the quality of his Administration.
There’s been so much hyperbolic nonsense written about the Affordable Care Act that it’s hard to discern what’s really happening with this crucial new program.
But a terrific place to start is with two of my favorite young …